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- 98%Family Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
- 51%Local Culture
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
- 51%History Buffs
Member Reviews (46)
- London ZooMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesVegetarian+ 3Jan 08, 2014
Rather smaller than I remember from visiting it as a child and with some areas that have seen better days. These days the zoo concentrates mainly on smaller animals as the larger animals have moved to larger enclosures at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire
- London ZooOct 21, 2013
This zoo is a good destination if you've got kids, or like a nice diversion from the busy London. The Reptile House was really fun to check out, as were the penguins, and meerkats. If you're a Harry Potter fan, they filmed part of the first movie in the Reptile House. Not as good as some other zoos, but its a good one, and not too big; you could do this in half a day.
- London ZooSep 13, 2013
The London Zoo has it all: animals, aquarium, tunnels, carousels, a butterfly hut, playground and cafes. There is a children's activity area at the back with water features that are great when it gets a bit hot.
- London ZooMember ofFamily TravelersSep 13, 2013
Not the largest or most impressive zoo in the world (and if you're hoping to see bigger animals like elephants or rhinos, you'll be disappointed), but they do a good job of focusing on smaller animals, bugs, fish, birds, rainforest life, etc. They have a new gorilla exhibit and a children's play area and petting zoo.
- London ZooSep 13, 2013
A fantastic mix of animals from all over the world, including a lot you probably haven't heard of. They've got a lot of exhibits and activities for kids too. But get there early when the weather is nice, because the line can get LONG!
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- London ZooJul 04, 2012
I used to love going here as a kid. Right in the heart of London, who would have guessed it. Located actually in Regent's park. I love going for the elephants and the penguins there. If you are looking for a venue for an event, the zoo grounds also has some nice event space.
- London ZooMember ofLocal CultureBusiness TravelersLuxury Travelers+ 2Jul 04, 2012
A sacred animal sanctuary perfect for a stroll by the Regent’s Park. It is the oldest scientific zoo in the world built in the early 18th century, and likely one of the most entertaining. Activities include the African Bird Safari, Butterfly Paradise, Animal Adventure, Gorilla Kingdom, Lions and Tigers and the Aquarium; many exhibits are indoor heated. The giraffes are especially amusing.